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tonight. six days out from the election day in virginia. the governor's race is coming down really to the wire. depending on the poll that you're looking at. the race could be tighter than expected. a roanoke college poll hasterry mccoloradoive with a lead over ken cuccinelli. quinnipiac university finds mcallive with a smaller lead over the attorney general. no matter which poll you're looking at, this is so clear. social issues matter. and women could make the difference in this election. and, of course, turnout. now, according to quinnipiac, female voters in virginia backed mcallive over cuccinelli. the "washington post" finds the margin bigger with kuch necessarily trailing by what, 24 points among whelm.cuccinelli trailing by what, 24 points among whelm. this could be the reason. cuccinelli was one of three attorneys general who did not join a bipartisan push for reauthorization of the violence against women act. also cuccinelli was the first attorney general to sue the federal government over obama care, which expands access for women health care. he voted against a senate bi
for watching "the ed show" tonight. election day is four days away and all eyes are on virginia's gubernatorial race. on sunday, president obama will join democratic candidate terry mcauliffe for a rally in arlington, virginia. as we head into the final stretch, the polls find mcauliffe ahead of republican challenger, ken cuccinelli. roanoke college finds mcauliffe with as much of a 15-point lead but quinnipiac poll has him leading by four points. in an e-mail sent to supporters thursday, mcauliffe made it very clear, don't get comfortable and don't sit this one out. mcauliffe wrote to his supporters, in off year elections like this when tea party voters turn out more reliably than democrats. for 45 years, the political party that controls the white house has lost our governor's race the next year. in 2009, fewer than 40% of virginia voters cast a ballot for governor, despite the fact that nearly 70% voted in the presidential election the year before. there's a lot at stake in the state of virginia, no question about it. ken cuccinelli has spent his entire career as an elected official, trying
in the open. the federal elections commission would have records of how much money super pacs and corporations spend on political campaigns. the big-money corporate interests, ooh, we don't want anything to do with this. hell no. democrats support the bill. they're in support of the bill. as a way to bring transparency to the political funding for republicans, this is all about keeping citizens united alive, and, of course, the money in the dark, in the closet, nobody knows where it's dom p coming from and we'll trash anybody we want. they want to keep the unlimited funds going to attack obama care. and wants them, of course, hidden out of the public eye. cruz is blocking the fcc chairman. this is all about republicans controlling the airwaves in the message. and senator cruz wants tom wheeler to give guarantees that nothing is going to change. and he is a senator with a power that will block this guy, and, of course, we're going to go into 2014 without the fcc, no deals are going to get approved. ironically, it's going hurt a lot of right wing companies, but, of course, ted cruz doesn't care.
loses an election over a vote to cut s.n.a., things will change. >> a vote to cut s.n.a.p. in gerrymandered districts were our political system is starting to get rigged. >> you showed the hypocrisy. $3.2 million from the same farm bill that includes nutrition programs. so he wants to cut nutrition programs but yet still wants farm subsidy money for his family. $3.2 million. that's hypocrisy. when people see the hypocrisy, that's when they vote them out. >> tom colicchio, great to meet you and have you on the program mind wife and i have admired your work for a long time. thanks. i appreciate it. thanks for the work you do. you're a guy who's had so much success. you could go home and eat dinner and not worry about this stuff. >> sure. >> you have taken it upon yourself to be active in this community and nationally. i commend you for it. >> thank you. >> i appreciate it very much. remember to answer tonight's question there at the bottom of the screen. share your thoughts on twitter @edshow and facebook. won't to know what you think. >>> coming up, michele bachmann's
, and cuccinelli for governor. >> we cannot stand another republican in an elective office. >> we have a really great candidate in ken cuccinelli. >> i believe in terry mcauliffe. >> i'm here to support ken cuccinelli. >> we need terry mcauliffe in the governor's mansion. we absolutely have to have him. >> we hope to never hear the name cuccinelli again after tuesday. >> welcome back to "the ed show." "the ed show" team was on the ground in virginia this weekend, ahead of one of the most important governor races in the past decade. president obama joined hundreds of terry mcauliffe supporters at washington lee high school in arlingt arlington, virginia sunday. we were there. we asked the voters, what were the issues motivating them tomorrow. supporters had this to say. >> looking out for his future and want to make sure that it's a society we want him to grow up in. >> i would have been much less motivated, had it not been for the government shutdown and the tea party trying to push everybody around. >> she told me, get up, got to get out here, cast our vote. >> remember, voter i.d. laws are ch
the election and why? well, the recent polling has terry mccaulive, a good democrat and believer and business and people and education and all of the things the republicans have been going after is what he has been standing up for. and kuch necessarily -- i mean, come on. this guy has taken us to ground zero on the war on women in virginia. and some of the radical things that he has said and done and advocated for has turned off a lot of voting blocks. but the bottom line is, you've got to get out and vote. you can't talk your way to the championship. so those folks in virginia, if they really want change, this is the time to get out there and get it done. i think terry mccaulive will win. i want to him to win. stick around. >>> i'm kayla tausche with your cnbc market wrap. the dow surged 111 points, the s&p hit a new high, gaining 9. the nasdaq added. 12 single family home prices saw their biggest annual gain in august since 2006. prices jumped 12.8% from a year ago. meanwhile, retail sales edged down .1% in september. that's thanks to a drop in auto sales. and blackberry shares are up after
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